What are the causes of Numbness in Kidney Failure and how to treat it? The Numbness in kidney failure really awkward and unnecessary to bring Pain to the patient, so that the treatment is of concern to many people.
What are the causes of Numbness in kidney failure? You can consult ONLINE DOCTOR to get answer directly in free.
Numbness in kidney failure patient is related to uremic Peripheral Neuropathy, due to the excessive accumulation of Metabolic Waste and toxins in body. When Kidney Failure progresses is in the final stage, and GFR falls below 12 ml / min, the patients will feel numbness, prickling. Most of patients will move their legs a walk to relieve these symptoms and ailments. Called Restless legs Syndrome in the clinic. It is very common especially in the night and often to affect the sleep quality.
Another cause of numbness for renal failure patients is high levels of Potassium in the blood. When Kidney function are severely damaged, the excess Potassium can not be removed efficiently and cause hyperkalemia, therefore, induce numbness.
From the above we can know that is induced by renal Disorder, that is, when the renal damage can be repaired, numbness caused by it that will disappear at the same time.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovations of the traditional Chinese herb medicine, which can protect the kidneys of residual Damage and repair the damaged kidneys at the same time. With the help of this Therapy, the patient's renal failure may have a quality life.
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